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is facing a charge for making death threats to professors. new tonight at 6:00 p.m., ktvu's eric rasmussen is live with the e-mails instructors received. eric? >> reporter: it is unclear why they were targeted but the threats included things such as you will bleed and i am coming for you, they are all here in this complaint out of oregon. the family says he is mentally ill but the fbi is taking it all very seriously. >> reporter: documents reveal two instructors received death threats last year from the same former student. an affidavit from an fbi agent detailed the e-mails, including one that read i own a rifle, i could easily pick you off from 800 meters as you go to work. i am coming for you. >> scary. >> reporter: they alerted police who handed the case to the fbi. agents tracked the e-mails to oregon where they say he set up a yahoo account under a fake name. he admitted sending the e-mails a search of his apartment didn't show up weapons. his father said he is mentally ill and it is a sad situation. the parents feel very bad. we are not naming the instructors. officials said they ar
will be suspenng more students after a large fight spilled into the street. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live with one of the actions administrators took that ask being called -- that is being called into question. >> reporter: they took cell phones away from students who were recording video. some say it started with different fights yesterday afternoon. before it was over a couple hundred people filled the streets and police had to step in. >> reporter: a student at berkeley high school recorded this video. the tail end of a near riot. >> windows smashed. people stomped on. >> what started as fight off campus got out of hand. his friend was among four people arrested after police were called to break up the crowd. >> walking and the officer turned him around and he did try to push the officer but the officer was a big guy, pushed his face on to the ground. >> in that situation it never looks good, never is good but, you know, there were steps that had to be taken to keep the situation safe. >> the principal says the arrests included two students from berkeley high school and  two others. no one w
, ktvu's eric rasmussen was there. he joins us now with what is being done about the problem. >> reporter: we told you how this homeowner was concerned about burglars. today the mayor says he will consider suggestions to close this trail after dark and encourage neighbors to use lighting and today people said they are just happy something is being done. >> nice to meet you. >> reporter: the mayor made this house call after she said her home was burglarized twice in one month. >> this path is the problem. >> reporter: she told us how thieves stole jewelry and hit the homes of several neighbors but she didn't expect her concerns would reach the top of government so quickly. >> hang on, i go, it is the mayor. and she was like -- >> listen to her concerns. she has ideas. >> reporter: some of the ideas include volunteer patrols and holding landlords accountable for who is renting their homes. we were with her today as she handed out fliers to neighbors. two miles away, we heard from residents facing the same problems. >> what happened down the street here, three homes were burglarized this wee
neighbors fed up and demanding action by the city. all new, eric rasmussen live where he got a live look at what has neighbors and the city very upset. >> reporter: at times it can be offensive to the eyes and the nose. for years they've been complaining about junk piling up inside and out even dead animals out here. even though the city recently got the owner to mow the front yard, some around here say that's not enough. from the front of the house on channing road you can see the junk. bruce betencourt lives next door he says the house has been abandoned for six years. from that time the neighbors have cataloged the mess. the neighbor planted these hedges so he doesn't look at it every day. >> the homes are quite valuable and we're stuck with this. >> reporter: neighbors say there's been an ongoing dispute between the properties between the two listed owners. michael o'brien and stepson john quilian. the city says it has been contacted by quilian who says he plans to move back in. >> when i pass it it makes me feel sad. >> reporter: in this neighborhood of million dollar homes, some wi
on safety for more training to locking classroom doors. ktvu's eric rasmussen is live with the new and simple steps being considered. >> reporter: many agree no single step will be enough. we found districts have already made big changes. >> we are just going over all of our practices. >> reporter: we were with the superintendent as she checked to see if teachers were following new marching orders. locking all classroom doors during the school day. this one was. >> in talking to the police department what we determined was that anything you can do as a deterrent is one way to slow down an intruder. >> reporter: administrators point out the doors are only locked on the outside. in the event of a fire, students aand teachers can still get -- and teachers can still get out. >> reporter: they plan to allow teachers to secure the doors from the inside. it is one of several changes after the mass shooting at sandy hook elementary school in connecticut last month. >> we felt like we had procedures in place but now you analyze that and look at it and say maybe we aren't as prepared as we t
. eric rasmussen is live outside the house. >> reporter: it is. they still have crime scene tape up around the area where they've been searching. to put this in perspective, we are just about a block away from the bus stop where kevin collins was last seen waiting for the bus all of those years ago. his mother says police have confirmed the activity out here involve his case. they still have crime scene tape around the house. investigators have been searching. this afternoon the county sheriffs office confirmed sfpd requested a cadaver dog. we saw some of the concrete. police nor the fbi are saying much of anything. on the phone today collins' mother ann said police did find something that is being sent to a state lab for testing. kevin collins disappeared on february 10, 1984 after leaving basketball practice a little early that night. his case made national news and was one of the first high profile missing children cases in san francisco. collins' face was all over fliers and milk cartons in those days before amber alerts and the internet. we had a chance to talk to neighbors tod
. burglars hit an anti-okay woman's house not once but twice in one month. only on 2, eric rasmussen joins us to tell us what that woman is doing to try to stop the crimes. >> reporter: julie this woman says her street is averaging a burglary a week. so now she is lobbying her neighbors, city, county leaders to consider adding private patrols, to have some volunteer patrols in the neighborhood, even possibly relocating the path of this trail that runs directly behind some of the houses that have been burglarized. >> they came in through here, they left fingerprints all over here. >> reporter: christine showed us how burglars got inside her home in antioch, emptying drawers, trashing her bedroom, and stealing priceless family jewelry from europe. >> you feel extremely violated. >> reporter: she and her husband added an alarm system but one month later the burglars returned, kicking in these french doors. >> we left at 10:40, they were breaking in at 12:14. so what does that tell me? that tells me that someone is watching the house, they know when we leave. >> reporter: fortunately someone else
at candlestick, which as you can see in the live pictures still lit up after tonight's game. eric rasmussen outside of the stick to talk to the fans. >> reporter: you can still feel the energy and excitement out here. it's a good thing everybody is in a good mood, because they have a long way to wait trying it make their way out of candlestick park. i did talk to a couple of traffic officers and they say everybody this they encounter has behaved for the most part. the party still going on tonight. we actually met up with this group from petaluma and santa rosa before the game and caught up with them again after the big victrism you see the celebration going on there. tonight some fans told me they felt like there was more energy at candlestick park and we saw plenty of it right after the game tonight. >> niners no. 1, baby! we're coming for the super bowl. >> oh, man, it was scary in the beginning, but they pulled it out. >> reporter: turned into quite a party. >> oh, yeah, it turned into i party. >> reporter: you are brave wearing the cheese heads. >> i don'taffeta know, it's a little
for them. ktvu's eric rasmussen found a large group of baltimore ravens and they are not hiding their team spirit. >> reporter: think the city of san francisco is behinded the 49ers 1 -- behind the 49ers? think again. >> what time is it? >> reporter: these four ray lewis loving baltimore ravens fans are not alone. they are part of baltimore area transplants called ravens in the fog. they talked to us. she moved to san francisco just six months ago. >> i think we all love living here. no doubt. weird how the super bowl played out this year. [ laughter ] >> reporter: they are used to being told they are number one, with a different finger. for all the trash talk coming from the 49ers, they are ready to give it right back. jim harbaugh, john harbaugh. >> john. >> john. >> john harbaugh is the better coach. >> reporter: joe flacco or colin kaepernick? >> joe flacco. >> reporter: really? >> yeah. >> reporter: strange answers in the bay area. so strange he had to take a picture. they can only hope their team wipes the smiles off of their faces on sunday. in san francisco, eric rasmussen, ktvu ch
before he fired again. a student is in critical but stable condition. >>> as eric rasmussen found out one district is locking students inside class. >> we're just going over all of our practices. >> reporter: we were with martinez unified superintent dent mute as she checked to see if teachers are following new marching orders. >> hi. >> reporter: locking all classroom doors during the school day. this one was. >> in talking to the police department what we determined was that anything you can do that is seen as a deterrent is one way to slow down an intruder if they were on campus. >> reporter: administrators point out these doors are only locked on the outside. in the event of any kind of emergency such as a fire students and teachers can still get out. the school district plans to install so called columbine locks. it's one change being implemented after the shooting of 20 children and six adults at sandy hook elementary. >> we feel we have procedures in place but then you analyze that incident and think, hey maybe we aren't as prepared as we have. >> reporter: they have brought in two
it has been nearly impossible. eric rasmussen explains what's keeping them from cleaning it up. >> reporter: you can see junk piled up to the windows. a neighbors view of the backyard reveals a rusted out car, a broken water heater and sinking roof. >> the previous owner just packed up one day. >> reporter: bruce lives next door he says the house has been abandoned for six years. in that time neighbors have documented from rats to dead racoons. the next taor neighbor planted these giant hedges just so he doesn't have to look at it every day -- the next door neighbor. >> being in such a beautiful place to live. and we have to live next to this. >> reporter: there's been a dispute between the two listed owners. michael o'brien and his stepson john quiley. the state says it has been contacted by quilian who says he is planning to move back in. >> when i pass it, it just makes me sad. >> reporter: in this neighborhood of million dollars homes some if wish the owner would take the money and run. >> all they have to do is sell it and they'd make tons of money. >> reporter: instead yo
. >>> as eric rasmussen found out one district is locking students inside class. >> we're just going over all of our practices. >> reporter: we were with martinez unified superintent dent mute as she checked to see if teachers are following new marching orders. >> hi. >> reporter: locking all classroom doors during the school day. this one was. >> in talking to the police department what we determined was that anything you can do that is seen as a deterrent is one way to slow down an intruder if they were on campus. >> reporter: administrators point out these doors are only locked on the outside. in the event of any kind of emergency such as a fire students and teachers can still get out. the school district plans to install so called columbine locks. it's one change being implemented after the shooting of 20 children and six adults at sandy hook elementary. >> we feel we have procedures in place but then you analyze that incident and think, hey maybe we aren't as prepared as we have. >> reporter: they have brought in two consultants before making specific changes at all campus. parents say t
bone fragments they found there are human. eric rasmussen is live outside the house. >> reporter: it is. they still have crime scene tape up around the area where they've been searching. to put this in perspective, we are just about a block away from the bus stop where kevin collins was last seen waiting for the bus all of those years ago. his mother says police have confirmed the activity out here involve his case. they still have crime scene tape around the house. investigators have been searching. this afternoon the county sheriffs office confirmed sfpd requested a cadaver dog. we saw some of the concrete. police nor the fbi are saying much of anything. on the phone today collins' mother ann said police did find something that is being sent to a state lab for testing. kevin collins disappeared on february 10, 1984 after leaving basketball practice a little early that night. his case made national news and was one of the first high profile missing children cases in san francisco. collins' face was all over fliers and milk cartons in those days before amber alerts and the internet. we
to force the owners to clean up their property. in burlingame, eric rasmussen, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> 2012 was the hottest year on record ever. the national climactic data center in north carolina says last year's temperature was a full degree warmer than the old record set in 1998. the records are broken in fractions, not a whole degree. the high temperatures in a drought were brutal on crops. experts point to climate change and la nina weather pattern as the reason for the heat. >>> it's the kind of tour that the real fans never get old. coming up, the proof you can now see for yourself that the san francisco giants are world champions. our meteorologist rosemary orozco is tracking a chance of more wet weather. tune in tomorrow to find out which areas are more likely for showers and a deeper chill coming later this week. if you're on the go or just away from your tv, you can still watch ktvu newscastos your computer, smart phone or tablet. to get the app go to ktvu.com. you're on timeout leo! some things won't last 25 years. ah! woof! some things will. yuh-huh. we have the wire
not said if this driver will be cited for anything. live in san francisco, eric rasmussen ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a san francisco bicyclist was injured today when his bike collided with a muni bus. muni says the accident happened on geary near leavenworth after 2:00 p.m. cyclist apparently swerved to avoid an open car door. when his hand bars made contact with the, but the cyclist fell, but was not run over. as we hospitalized with undisclosed injuries. >>> vallejo police announced a $10,000 reward for information on a christmas eve hit-and-run that critically injured a pedestrian. on december 4th the accident occurred. investigators say the suspect's vehicle is similar to this one, a 1996 to 2000, two-door black honda civic. the car likely has damage to the front passenger side. >>> an autopsy is expected to be conducted next week upon the body of the 19-year-old petaluma woman found in south lake tahoe, as john sasaki tells us friends and family gathered to show football. >> reporter: it was a day of football at petaluma's beyond the glory bar, but they were greeted by the smiling fac
evening i'm eric rasmussen in for ken wayne. joe fonzi is live in new orleans where he's already heard from head coach jim harbaugh and witnessed the reception the team received at the hotel tonight. things as you can imagine kind of quiet right now outside of 49ers headquarters. but they will pick up as the weak wears on. it wupt that long ago you would have a hard time naming anybody who you might recognize on the national stage -- it wasn't that long ago you would have a hard time naming anybody who you might recognize on the national stage. but not anymore. >> that was cool, you know i just -- i'm like wow. that is amazing. that's amazing. that's what the super bowl is all about. >> super size, life size. >> no didn't think i would see that. >> i guess it brings the whole impact of the whole thing. >> it does, it's truly a blessing to be here. i'm just going to soak it all up and get ready for the game. >> the 49ers charter left the bay area this afternoon and landed here in new orleans this evening. the vast majority of san francisco players will be making their first appearance i
she's she's launching a campaign to do something about it. she talked to eric rasmussen after her house was hit twice in a month. >> they came in through here. they left fingerprints all over here. >> reporter: christine moralez shows us how burglars got into her home, trashes her bedroom and stealing priceless family jewelry from europe. >> it's very frustrating. >> reporter: her husband added a security system but a month later they broke in again. >> we left at 12:00, they were breaking in at 12:15. that's telling me that someone is watching when we leave and breaking in. >> reporter: thankfully someone else was watching too. this surveillance video caught the men. >> just in one month in december on our street we've had i would say one burglary every week. once a week there's a burglary. >> reporter: now she's launching an e-mail campaign asking city and county leaders to do something about it. she's also reaching out to neighbors online and in person and many seem ready to join her fight. >> it's everybody. not just us it's all over the place. >> reporter: among her idea, mor
were found on her twitter page, they do not think it had a factor in what happened here. eric rasmussen, ktvu news. >>> witnesses tell us they heard 30 to 40 gunshots. contra costa sheriff deputies say two men were found at the scene and taken to the hospital. a woman was dropped off at doctors medical center in san pablo also suffering from a gunshot wound. no word yet on a motive. investigators say they are currently trying to develop descriptions of the suspects. >>> the 19-year-old man accused of speeding away from police and causing a crash that killed two innocent people in san francisco's mission district appeared in court today. david morales faces two counts of murder and several other felony charges in connection with the deadly crash on new year's day. the district attorney says morales is a known gang member. >> when you look at the outcome in this particular case, you have two innocent people that are dead, that had nothing to do with anything to do with gangs and then you have a third party that is very seriously injured, absolutely no tolerance for that at all. >> today's
it had a factor in what happened here. eric rasmussen, ktvu news. >>> witnesses tell us they heard 30 to 40 gunshots. contra costa sheriff deputies say two men were found at the scene and taken to the hospital. a woman was dropped off at doctors medical center in san pablo also suffering from a gunshot wound. no word yet on a motive. investigators say they are currently trying to develop descriptions of the suspects. >>> the 19-year-old man accused of speeding away from police and causing a crash that killed two innocent people in san francisco's mission district appeared in court today. david morales faces two counts of murder and several other felony charges in connection with the deadly crash on new year's day. the district attorney says morales is a known gang member. >> when you look at the outcome in this particular case, you have two innocent people that are dead, that had nothing to do with anything to do with gangs and then you have a third party that is very seriously injured, absolutely no tolerance for that at all. >> today's arrangement was postponed. if convicted morales
's launching a campaign to do something about it. she talked to eric rasmussen after her house was hit twice in a month. >> they came in through here. they left fingerprints all over here. >> reporter: christine moralez shows us how burglars got into her home, trashes her bedroom and stealing priceless family jewelry from europe. >> it's very frustrating. >> reporter: her husband added a security system but a month later they broke in again. >> we left at 12:00, they were breaking in at 12:15. that's telling me that someone is watching when we leave and breaking in. >> reporter: thankfully someone else was watching too. this surveillance video caught the men. >> just in one month in december on our street we've had i would say one burglary every week. once a week there's a burglary. >> reporter: now she's launching an e-mail campaign asking city and county leaders to do something about it. she's also reaching out to neighbors online and in person and many seem ready to join her fight. >> it's everybody. not just us it's all over the place. >> reporter: among her idea, morales is asking for v
news coverage starts right now, this is ktvu channel 2 news at 5:00 p.m. >> good evening. i am eric rasmussen. >> i am heather holmes. >> to new orleans and a live look at the louie armstrong international airport in new orleans, the san francisco 49ers just landed a few minutes ago. a full week ahead of the super bowl. >> turn up the voloom now, the -- voloom now, the team left this -- volume now, the team left this afternoon. the baltimore ravens will arrive tomorrow. >> and in other news. >>> police were in a neighborhood where aman was shot and killed -- a man was shot and killed last night. the friends are mourning the sudden loss. ktvu's ann rubin is live with new information in this ace. ann? >> reporter: gunman, they need witnesses to come forward. >> reporter: a large group of friends gathered to light a candal and say a prayer. he was bunked down saturday as we was walking. >> i heard loud gun shots. four. four gun shots. >> you could feel the tension. >> reporter: police responded quickly but by that time the shooters took off. >> unknown direction, unknown mean ez. we ne
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